Wellton Terrace Design Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... stumbled upon an animal bench, a kitty litter box, and a bowl of cat food. What the f***?
Now, finding all these cat paraphernalia, I logically expected to find a stray cat somewhere, too! But there was no cat to be found! I finally did locate something grey and furry hidden away underneath the radiator.
Later that day, I bumped into landlord Māris, holding the scared little kat in his arms - which were incidentally streaming with ...
... anything from fishing rods and motorcycle tires, to rubber boots and home-knitted socks. The only problem is that you need to bring your Latvian/Russian dictionary to look up divritenu atslēgs or лампо
PS: whoever over-nights me a set of those old-fashioned bandenplakkers with the melty edges earns theirselves a lifetimes supply of free kvass and biezspiens!
... We had no idea where the snow could be coming from. There wasn't even wind that could maybe blow loose snow from roofs or trees.
We had a short wait in the bus station before our giant yellow bus pulled up. We boarded with no problem and took our pre-selected seats at the back. This bus had 63 seats on it plus a bathroom. It was a monster bus. The ride took about 4 hours including a passport check at the boarder (by 'check' i mean the guard casually gave a ...
... a new "European" future that is far removed from the red oppression days. But, it seems that every two steps forward that are taken they inevitably are pushed one step backwards because the other half of the population are digging ...
... many art nouveau houses and we spent a morning strolling the streets observing them from the outside and inside. Latter in the museum, where the interiors were done as in the beginning of the 20th century. The art nouveau ring embraces the old medieval town, founded by the German knights, from which many buildings were restored and ready for Riga becoming the cultural capital in 2014.
Our best memories of the city though are of the ...